Employment Opportunites

Instructor Positions Yacht & Small Craft Surveying Program

Chapman School of Seamanship seeks qualified individuals for multiple positions as an instructor for its Yacht and Small Craft Surveying program.  Candidates should possess detailed knowledge of hull design, construction methods & materials and what happens to them under various conditions of use and service. The same applies to vessel propulsion, navigation, communication, electrical and waste disposal systems.

The program is designed to prepare students to enter the field of marine surveying. The program is structured to equip the student to recognize, evaluate and communicate findings in such a manner as to leave no doubt as to the condition of the vessel at the time of survey.

Instructional methods include classroom lecture and on-board demonstration, guest lecturers, practice surveys, and report preparation.

If interested, please contact Program Director George Zeitler by email at George@ZeitlerMarine.com. Please provide a copy of your resume/CV.


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Chapman School of Seamanship offers job placement services to our PMT/MT graduates. If you provide us with your specific needs and/or qualifications, we will search our alumni to find the best fit for your requirements.  We will have our graduates contact you directly.
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Contact Jim Allen at 772-283-8130 or send resume j.allen@chapman.org. 
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